interstellar inventor

interstellar-inventor

he is able to affect change in the world
he is brilliant and compassionate at the same time
he desires connections to others and to the universe

interstellar inventor
48×72″ acrylic on canvas (framed)
by Martha A. Wade
sold

on view through Feb 21 at:
Museum of Science and Industry
Black Creativity Juried Art Exhibition
5700 S. Lake Shore Drive Chicago, IL 60637
January 18, 2016 – February 21, 2016

be my astronaut

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will you be my astronaut? explore my mind and body. take me to another dimension. get out of our own heads and be free. will you teach me new things and share your experiences? will you enter my soul and find the stars. ⭐️

be my astronaut
36×36″ mixed media on canvas
sold

alpha female

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alpha female
60×96″ mixed media on canvas
by Martha A. Wade and Reisha
$4,000

The Alpha Female is the dominant female in a group. A hard worker who is often busy, with little time to devote to those who are not genuine. This woman is usually sarcastic because she’s powerful and playful. She dates as many men as she wants or none at all, and is strong and confident. She is often the mother lion of her family, protecting her cubs and bringing home the kills. An intelligent, intellectual problem solver, she understands that being an alpha female is more a state of mind than physicality. At the same time, she uses her feminine and physical charms to her advantage. Often feared or terribly misunderstood by others – she prefers passion to romance, and integrity over bullshit.

This collection of paintings by Reisha and Martha A. Wade represents an ongoing quest to understand alpha women, and also themselves. This visual representation is dedicated to the lifestyles and characteristics of those strong women. The work showcases how these powerful women envision the concepts of confidence, sarcasm, power, play, and intelligence.

Both Reisha and Martha A. Wade have an artistic intuition that lends to the qualities of an Alpha Female. As women who write their own rules to life, they sometimes find themselves misunderstood or underestimated. It is important that their artwork celebrate the possibility of passion with freedom, coupled with unfettered creativity and expression.

Opening Reception
UFAT Gallery
1833 S. Halsted, Chicago IL 60608
Friday, July 10, 2015
6:00 – 10:00pm

On view through August 5, 2015